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Alex FitchElectric Sheep Podcast: Living in Harmony with Ian Rakoff (December 29, 2009)

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An episode of the Electric Sheep Magazine podcast - Alex Fitch talks to writer, editor and raconteur Ian Rakoff about his experiences working on The Prisoner 42 years ago and being an observer of British Film culture in the 1970s and beyond. Alex and Ian talk about the bowdlerisation of his script for 'Living in Harmony', the latter's experiences working with Lindsay Anderson on such films as If.... and O lucky man! and his lifetime interest in comic books.


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Artist/Composer: Alex Fitch
Date: 2009-12-29
Source: Electric Sheep Magazine
Keywords: Electric Sheep Magazine; podcast; Alex Fitch; writer; editor; Ian Rakoff; The Prisoner; British Film; culture; 1970s; Living in Harmony; Lindsay Anderson; film; If....; O lucky man!; Nicolas Roeg; John Boorman; Stephen Frears

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Press release: "In the final Electric Sheep Magazine podcast of 2009 - Alex Fitch talks to writer, editor and raconteur Ian Rakoff about his experiences working on The Prisoner 42 years ago and being an observer of British Film culture in the 1970s and beyond. Alex and Ian talk about the bowdlerisation of his script for 'Living in Harmony', the latter's experiences with Lindsay Anderson on such films as If.... and O lucky man! as well as working with Nicolas Roeg, John Boorman and Stephen Frears and his lifetime interest in comic books which lead to the creation of the Victoria and Albert Museum's library of comics."

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